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June 29, 2010

SUP. ANTONOVICH: I MEAN, THAT'S WHERE YOU'RE GOING TO NEED-- YOU KNOW, THIS IS REALLY-- YOU REMIND ME OF A GROUP OF ENGINEERS WHO DESIGNED THE BEST DESIGNED AUTOMOBILE IN AMERICAN HISTORY AND IT WAS GOING TO REALLY SURPASS ALL ENGINEERING SKILLS AND THAT WAS THE EDSEL, AND THIS SOUNDS LIKE AN EDSEL. SOMEHOW YOU SHOULD HAVE A DRY RUN. SOMEHOW YOU SHOULD BE CONSULTING THE TRAFFIC EXPERTS, SAFETY EXPERTS, AND DURING OUR PEAK HOURS, WITH ALL OF THOSE EMPLOYEES GOING OUT, IT'S CRAZY.

SPEAKER: SUPERVISOR, WE'VE BEEN WORKING WITH EXPERTS, AND I KNOW WE'RE NOT ACKNOWLEDGING L.A.D.O.T. AS EXPERTS. I THINK MANY OTHER PEOPLE HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN THOSE CONVERSATIONS. WE'VE BEEN WORKING ON THIS FOR SIX MONTHS, WE KNOW THAT IT IS GOING TO CAUSE SOME INCONVENIENCE, BUT WE FEEL THAT WE'VE PUT IN APPROPRIATE MITIGATION MEASURES. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. THERE'S GOING TO BE SOME INEVITABLE INCONVENIENCE WHEN YOU CLOSE ONE OF THE TWO EXITS OUT OF A PARKING STRUCTURE, AND WE WILL KEEP AN EYE ON IT AND REPORT BACK TO YOU.

SUP. ANTONOVICH: OKAY, BUT YOU'VE BEEN WORKING SIX MONTHS WITHOUT CONSULTING THE TRAFFIC SAFETY PEOPLE. YOU'VE BEEN WORKING SIX MONTHS WITHIN YOUR OWN DEPARTMENT AND IT'S-- IT LOOKS LIKE AN EDSEL.

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